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Anatomy Does Not Determine Gender, Experts Say

Anatomy Does Not Determine Gender, Experts Say

Demonstrators outside the White House protesting President Trump’s move to define gender as a biological, immutable condition determined by genitalia at birth.
Trilobites: Microplastics Find Their Way Into Your Gut, a Pilot Study Finds

Trilobites: Microplastics Find Their Way Into Your Gut, a Pilot Study Finds

A scientist in France examined a sample of seawater from the Mediterranean containing microplastics. Most microplastics are the unintended result of larger plastics breaking apart.
A New Option for N.B.A. Prospects: The Million-Dollar Intern

A New Option for N.B.A. Prospects: The Million-Dollar Intern

Darius Bazley stunned the basketball world when he decommitted from Syracuse University to prepare for the N.B.A. draft his own way.
Oakland Police Will Stop Asking Recruits if They Were Sexually Assaulted

Oakland Police Will Stop Asking Recruits if They Were Sexually Assaulted

Mayor Libby Schaaf of Oakland, pictured in March, said on Sunday she would end a policy that required Police Department applicants to disclose if they had ever been sexually assaulted.

Fact Check of the Day: Trump’s Evidence-Free Claims About the Migrant Caravan

On Twitter on Monday, President Trump said that “unknown Middle Easterners” had infiltrated the caravan. That and almost all of his other assertions were inaccurate, misleading or incomplete.
Arms and the Very Bad Men

Arms and the Very Bad Men

President Trump highlighted arms sales to Saudi Arabia in an Oval Office meeting in March with the kingdom's crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.
Immigrant Detained While Delivering Pizza in June Is Arrested and Accused of Assault

Immigrant Detained While Delivering Pizza in June Is Arrested and Accused of Assault

Pablo Villavicencio Calderon spoke to the news media in July after his release from an immigration detention center in New Jersey.
Up for Bid, AI Art Signed ‘Algorithm’

Up for Bid, AI Art Signed ‘Algorithm’

“Edmond de Belamy, from La Famille de Belamy,” a print on canvas produced by the French collective Obvious, working with artificial intelligence, will be auctioned Thursday at Christie’s.
In Africa, ‘Paper Parks’ Are Starved for Cash

In Africa, ‘Paper Parks’ Are Starved for Cash

A young lion in Nairobi National Park in Kenya. Their numbers in Africa have dropped 43 percent in the past 20 years.
In Murder of Upper West Side Woman, Police Seek Female Neighbor

In Murder of Upper West Side Woman, Police Seek Female Neighbor

The police are seeking a female neighbor of the woman who was found dead on Sunday in her Upper West Side apartment.
The Pour: When to Open a Bottle: Aging Wine Without the Anxiety

The Pour: When to Open a Bottle: Aging Wine Without the Anxiety

Bottles that can improve with aging tend to move along a gentle arc, during which they will offer many delicious expressions, from youthful exuberance to middle-age complexity to eventual fragility.
He’s a Long-Shot Senate Candidate With a Message: ‘Capitalism Unchecked Is a Complete Disaster’

He’s a Long-Shot Senate Candidate With a Message: ‘Capitalism Unchecked Is a Complete Disaster’

Zak Ringelstein, right, listened to an original song performed by the Ideal Maine Social Aid and Sanctuary Band in Portland in September.
Morocco Unleashes a Harsh Crackdown on Sub-Saharan Migrants

Morocco Unleashes a Harsh Crackdown on Sub-Saharan Migrants

Sub-Saharan migrants fetched water as they took shelter in a forest on the outskirts of Tangier, Morocco, this month.
Readers’ Favorite Protest Songs: A Call to Make Some Noise

Readers’ Favorite Protest Songs: A Call to Make Some Noise

Joan Baez and Bob Dylan at the Newport Jazz Festival in 1963.
Lawrence Krauss to Retire From Arizona State After Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Lawrence Krauss to Retire From Arizona State After Sexual Misconduct Accusations

Lawrence Krauss, who taught at Arizona State University, said he would retire in May. He has been on leave from the university for months after several women accused him of sexual misconduct.
How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need?

How Many Space Stations Does This Planet Need?

A model of the Olympus space station module at Bigelow Aerospace near Las Vegas.